Theater

I’ve acted for many years and enjoy performing in community theater. In 2012 and 2014 I won acting awards from the Bartell Theatre Company for my roles in Becky Shaw and Dead Man’s Cell Phone, both produced in Madison, Wisconsin.

Read reviews of past performances here:

In Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Madison Theatre Guild explores the discomfort that comes with adopting new technology (Isthmus, March 1, 2014)

Arts 2012: Isthmus critics rate the year in Madison culture (Isthmus, Dec. 27, 2012)

Sarah Karon is captivating as Mercury Players Theatre’s Becky Shaw (Isthmus, May 5, 2012)

Biting and brilliant, Mercury’s ‘Becky Shaw’ thrives on disaster (77 Square, May 5, 2012)

Sweet, comic “Bluefish” tugs at heartstrings (77 Square, Sept. 10, 2010)

StageQ’s Last Summer at Bluefish Cove delivers warmth, authenticity (Isthmus, Sept. 4, 2010)

Keeping it simple: a Twitter review of Queer Shorts 5 (77 Square, June 11, 2010)

Sarah Karon theater photo

Miranda Hawk (left) and Sarah Karon in a December 2013 performance of “Are We Delicious?” in Madison, Wis.

True believers Sheila (Sarah Karon) and Axe (Jason Compton) stand in defense of reluctant prophet Jeannie Moore (Liz Angle) in Mercury Players Theatre's "The Opiate Of The Missus."

True believers Sheila (Sarah Karon) and Axe (Jason Compton) stand in defense of reluctant prophet Jeannie Moore (Liz Angle) in Mercury Players Theatre’s 2012 production of “The Opiate Of The Missus.” Credit: William D. Walker.

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